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Research In Motion has always focused on functionality over style and appearance, however they've recently acquired The Astonishing Tribe, a UI and design company that should help spice up the BlackBerry and QNX operating systems we're hearing so much about recently. According to some rumours circulating online, the acquisition of TAT may have been a move towards offering a 3D capable BlackBerry device in the future, though this definitely isn't confirmed. No word yet on when RIM would be launching a device supporting 3D content, but if this rumour gains any more momentum, we'll be sure to let you know. What do you think about 3D mobile phones?


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Canada's new entrants have been doing a great job lately, expanding their device line-up regularly and offering up a multitude of discounts, promotions, and more. One of the latest device additions comes to Mobilicity, who have added the Android-powered Motorola Spice to their offerings. The Spice, which runs Android 2.1 at launch, features a 3" (240x320) touch screen display, a full QWERTY keyboard that slides out, and a 3MP camera. Powered by a 528MHz processor, the Motorola Spice also features 256MB of RAM, 512MB of internal memory, and Wi-Fi, bluetooth, and GPS support. You can pick up the Motorola Spice now from Mobilicity for $199.99 contract-free, and Mobilicity is currently offering a bonus bluetooth headset to those who pick up this affordable Android handset.


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Videotron has recently launched the Android powered Motorola Spice, which features a 3" (240x320) touch screen display, slide out QWERTY keyboard, and a 3MP camera. Running Android 2.1 Eclair at launch, the Spice supports Wi-Fi connectivity, and can be expanded up to 32GB via microSD card. The Motorola Spice is available now from Videotron for $59.95 reduced price, or $279.95 contract-free. It's nice to see Videotron expanding their device line-up so regularly!


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Mobilicity recently announced in two press released that they would be adding the Motorola Spice and LG Wink sometime in the near-future. What's just as interesting, is that in their Ottawa network launch press release, they stated:

"This week, it announced three new handsets onto its growing lineup: the Sony Ericsson Xperia? X10 Android? smartphone, the Motorola Spice?, Canada?s only sub-$200 name-brand Android 2.1 device, and the $99.99 LG Wink? slider phone."

This is the first we're hearing about the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 launching on Mobilicity, but it's certainly welcomed news.

As a quick summary of the upcoming devices, the Motorola Spice features Android 2.1, a sliding QWERTY keyboard, and is coming in at just $199.99 contract-free. The LG Wink is a compact slider, and has a 1.3MP camera, bluetooth connectivity, and an MP3 player, and will be priced at $99.99 outright. The Ericsson X10 will likely launch running Android 2.1 (which it was very recently updated to by Rogers), and features a 4" touchscreen, 8MP camera with 720p HD video capture, Wi-Fi, bluetooth, GPS, and more. No word yet on pricing for the X10, but we'll be sure to keep you updated when more information comes available.


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We have a lot of device launch news from Videotron, with one device having launched, 2 others beings posted on their site but soon after removed, and hints at the BlackBerry Curve 3G. The LG dLite is now available from Videotron, while the Motorola Spice (Android), and the LG Wink were posted but then removed.

The LG dLite features a bright blue colour, unique customizable LCD external display, 2.8" screen, and a 2MP camera. The dLite is now available for $14.95 "reduced price", or $219.95 outright.

The Motorola Spice, which runs Android 2.1, features a 3" touch screen, slide out QWERTY keyboard, a 3MP camera, and Wi-Fi connectivity. This handset was posted on Videotron's website, but was quickly removed for unknown reasons. When it was posted, it was listed at $59.95 as a reduced price, or $279.95 outright.

The other device to be posted but then removed is the LG Wink, which features a 2" touchscreen, 1.3MP camera, FM radio and a 3.5mm headset jack. This device is the least expensive of the newly launched/upcoming handsets, and comes in at $9.95 reduced, or $159.95 contract-free.




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Lastly, it looks like Videotron is getting set to launch the BlackBerry Curve 3G 9300, as the BlackBerry software update website lists it under Videotron's category. No word yet on when the Curve 3G will join their BlackBerry line-up, but we should see it fairly soon. We'll be sure to let you know once any further information is available!


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Virgin Mobile Canada wants to beat the world record for the largest number of rings tone which sounds at the same time for launch the download web site Virgin Mobile Live. To do so, Virgin Mobile has hired the ex Spice Girls, Mel B. For the event, which will him to the second floor of the Eaton Center in Toronto on November 1 at 12h. That record belonged to Virgin Mobile, but at its British division with 254 cellular sounding at the same time. Virgin Mobile Canada wants to break the world record and reach at least 500. The first 500 persons to Eaton Center on Nov. 1 will simply send a text message to receive the ring tone of "Wannabe" on their cellphone. Mel B. Will be available for photos and autographs after the attempt to break the world record and Virgin Mobile will offer cellular accessories and appliances Samsung M510 Live Virgin Mobile randomly into the crowd.

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